Connecticut Law Review Volume 46 - Issue 4

An International Law Response to Economic Cyber Espionage

Cyber threats have emerged as one of the most serious dangers to U.S. and global security.  Increasingly, malicious actors—some private, but others that appear to be state-sponsored—seek to advance their strategic aims through violent or non-violent cyber-attacks.  This Article considers the problem of non-violent, yet still destructive, economic cyber espionage, which targets the intellectual, industrial, [...]

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